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Port Hope Asbestos Removal Services

Photo of Asbestos removal in Port Hope Eco Demolition Inc. is now certified to offer asbestos removal/abatement service in Port Hope to our clients.

We take every precaution and use proper techniques and equipment to ensure the correct removal and abatement of types 1, 2 and 3 asbestos.

Combination of many years of experience, proper training by the Ministry of the Environment, Conservation and Parks (MECP) and strict adherence to Ontario Government Regulations you can be rest assured that the removal of asbestos from your home is done safely!

 ATTENTION PORT HOPE RESIDENTS/BUSINESS OWNERS: DO NOT ATTEMPT TO REMOVE ASBESTOS YOURSELF!

Call Eco Demolition Inc! Our team is fully licensed, certified and trained by the best Environmental Authorities and adheres to the all Government Regulations for Health and Safety. We carry full liability insurance and are a registered contractor under the T.S.S.A, holding PM2 and PM3 certificates, M.O.E approved & licensed.


FOR EMERGENCY ASBESTOS REMOVAL SERVICES IN PORT HOPE

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Why we are the right choice for Port Hope Asbestos Removal

Photo of asbestos removal contractor in Port Hope Here are a few reasons why Eco Demolition Inc is the best asbestos removal company to use for Asbestos Removals in Port Hope

  • On time arrival
  • Technicians are TSSA (Technical Standards and Safety Authority) Certified with OTB3 & OTB2 licenses.
  • WSIB Registered
  • TSSA – Certified Company Contractor
  • MTO – MP3 Dangerous goods transportation licensed and Insured
  • Proud Member of CARI “Canadian Association Recycling Industry”
  • Team Technicians are Professional, Polite and respectful
  • Liability insurance
  • Eco environmentally friendly process
  • We use more drop sheets than any other company to insure your home is well protected

Asbestos Removal in Port Hope FAQs

Do I need a permit from the city for Asbestos removal/abatement?

Yes. You will need a permit from the city or municipality for demolition or significant renovation work. The requirements vary from city to city, so please consult with your city staff in your area.


If a Boiler has asbestos on it, is it safe for the homeowners to be in the residence during the removal?

Yes. The area containing the boiler to be removed is enclosed by plastic drop sheet to prevent contamination by asbestos fibres and dust in other areas of the premises; In addition we use a negative air pressure vacuum in the room being serviced.


Are you certified to remove asbestos?

Yes. Our technicians and supervisors are properly certified and have successfully completed the Asbestos Abatement Worker / Asbestos Abatement Supervisor Training Program O. Reg. 278/0


What does asbestos look like?

Asbestos was often used to insulate buildings and pipes and looks like thick fuzz.


How much does it cost to remove asbestos?

Depends on the size and complexity of the project. Best thing to do is contact us with the details and we'l provide you with free cost estimate.


Who are your customers?

We provide certified asbestos removal services for a wide variety of residential, commercial, institutional and Industrial clients.


Dangers of Asbestos

Photo of Asbestos fibers All types of asbestos fibers are known to cause serious health hazards in humans. While it is agreed that amosite and crocidolite are the most hazardous asbestos fiber types, chrysotile asbestos has produced tumors in animals and is a recognized cause of asbestosis and malignant mesothelioma in humans.

Asbestos exposure becomes an issue if asbestos containing materials become airborne, such as due to deterioration or damage. Building occupants may be exposed to asbestos, but those most at risk are persons who purposely disturb materials, such as maintenance or construction workers.

Asbestos containing building materials in residences includes a variety of products, such as: stiple used in textured walls and ceilings; drywall joint filler compound; asbestos contaminated vermiculite, vinyl floor tile; vinyl sheet flooring; window putty; mastic; cement board; furnace tape; and stucco. Asbestos was widely used in roofing materials, mainly corrugated asbestos cement roof sheets and asbestos shingles sometimes called transite. Other sources of asbestos containing materials include fireproofing and acoustic materials.


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